This Week At PRICE (June 26th to June 30th)

Newly Publication Concerning EMAs


Ecological momentary assessments (EMAs) collect data repeatedly throughout an individual’s standard day, measuring their behaviors and experiences in real time, in their natural environment.

In Experiences and Perceptions of Using Smartphone Ecological Momentary Assessment for Reporting Knee Osteoarthritis Pain and Symptoms, Roger Fillingim, alongside researchers from the University of Otago in New Zealand, led a trial study in which patients could communicate knee OA pain and symptoms via smartphone.

Their study has been published in The Clinical Journal of Pain and its results can be viewed here!